Listen to Sarah on Episode #521 of This American Life!
Bad babies, good stories.
Ocean becomes pizza becomes candy becomes war as a sometimes couple tries to make sense of desire and each other across a decade, new kinds of telephony, and a night in Naples where it all seems right.
Come see Sarah in a reading of Botte di Ferro, by Ben Gassman, directed by Mark Sitko
Cast Includes: Noel Joseph Allain, Keelie A. Sheridan, Eliza Bent, Sam Soghor and Sarah Mollo-Christensen
Thursday, May 15 @ 3PM
The New Ohio Theater
154 Christopher St. (inside the Archive Building)
The Downtown Loop is closed, and it's on to the next thing. This Sunday, November 24th, I'll be performing in the first-ever Atlantic Alumni Workshop at the Atlantic Theater Company's Stage 2, playing Melanthe in Alex Malcolm Mills' short play The Bottom of a Well.
After a week of previews, we finally opened on October 23rd, and The Downtown Loop is up and running at 3LD Art & Technology Center! The press release will tell you that it "takes the audience on a poignantly hilarious yet stunning virtual bus tour evoking nostalgia for what may or may not have been. It explores gentrification, economic revitalization and the ceaseless buzzing activity that keeps Manhattan on the leading edge through the eyes of the people the City leaves behind." I will tell you that it is unlike anything else you can see in the city right now, and you will get a free hot dog. You should totally come. The play is written by Ben Gassman and Megan Finn, and runs through November 16th.Buy Tickets
Sarah attended the 2013 Helen Hayes Awards down in Washington, D.C. as part of the cast of the Folger Theatre's The Taming of The Shrew . The show received a chart-topping NINE Helen Hayes nominations, including "Outstanding Ensemble," and came home with the 2013 Helen Hayes Award for "Outstanding Play."